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Schedule 3.-Metals and Manufactures of—Continued

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302 (i) Ferrosilicon containing:

8 per cent or more and less than 2 cents per lb.13... 2 cents per lb.13-15 per cent.

60 per cent of silicon.
60 per cent or more and less than 3 cents per lb.13 3 cents per lb.13..-- 15 per cent.

80 per cent of silicon.
80 per cent or more and less than 4 cents per lb.13 4 cents per lb.13 - 15 per cent.

90 per cent of silicon.
90 per cent or more of silicon... 8 cents per lb.13
Silicon metal.

8 cents per lb.13 15 per cent.

8 cents per lb.13 (1) Silicon aluminum, aluminum sili

8 cents per lb.13 10 per cent.21

5 cents per lb. 5 cents per lb.27 2 cents per lb.27 con. Alsimin, ferrosilicon aluminum, 5 cents per lb...-ferroaluminum silicon.

25 per cent 22

15 per cent.22 (k) Ferrochrome or ferrochromium

containing:
3 per cent or more of carbon. 242 cents per lb.28 - 312 cents per lb.28_ 15 per cent.20
Less than 3 per cent of carbon. 30 per cent.

30 per cent.
Chrome metal or chromium metal..

15 per cent.20
30 per cent.
30 per cent.

15 per cent. (1) Boron carbide.

25 per cent
Free 29

Free.29
Chromium carbide, vanadium car- 25 per cent.

25 per cent 22
bide.

15 per cent.22
Chromium nickel, chromiun sili- 25 per cent.
con, chromium vanadium.

25 per cent

15 per cent.22
Manganese copper..

25 per cent.
Free 30

Free.30 (m) Ferrophosphorus, ferrotitaniuın, 25 per cent. 25 per cent.

15 per cent.
ferrovanadium.
Ferrouranium, ferrozirconium, zir- 25 per cent.

25 per cent.

15 per cent.22
conium ferrosilicon, ferroboron.
Ferroaluminum vanadium, ferro-

25 per cent.
25 per cent 22

15 per cent.22
manganese vanadium, ferrosili-
con vanadium, ferrosilicon alum-

inum vanadium. (n) Barium, calcium

25 per cent.

25 per cent 31 25 per cent. Boron..

25 per cent. Columbium or niobium,33 thorium, 25 per cent.

25 per cent 31 10 per cent.32

25 per cent 31 uranium, vanadium, strontium.

10 per cent.21
Tantalum 33

25 per cent.
Free 34

15 per cent.
Titanium

25 per cent.

25 per cent.
Zirconium

15 per cent.
25 per cent.
25 per cent

10 per cent.21
Alloys of barium and calcium, and 25 per cent.

Free,34 or 25 per

25 per cent, 35 or 15 alloys of 1 or more of these metals

cent,22 or variwith 1 or more of the metals, al

per cent, 22 or 10

per cent, 21 or vauminum, cobalt, chromium, cop

rious.36 per, manganese, nickel, or silicon. Other alloys of 2 or more of the 25 per cent. Free,34 or 25 per 15 per cent,22 or 10 metals, barium, boron, calcium,

cent,22 or vari- per cent, 21 or vacolumbium or niobium, stron

rious. 28
tium, tantalum, thorium, tita-
nium, uranium, vanadium, or
zirconium, or alloys n. s. p. f. of 1
or more of these metals with 1 or
more of the metals, aluminum,
chromium, cobalt, copper, man-

ganese, nickel, or silicon.
(0) All alloys used in the manufacture 25 per cent.

25 per cent. of steel or iron,37 n. S. p. f.

15 per cent. (p) Cerium metal.

$2 per lb.
$2 per lb.

Free.
(a) Ferrocerium and all other cerium $2 per lb. and 25 $2 per lb. and 25 10 per cent.21
alloys.

per cent.

per cent. (1) Ductile tantalum metal.

40 per cent.

40 per cent.
Ductile columbium or niobium

15 per cent.
40 per cent. 25 per cent 31 10 per cent 21
metal.
Ductile nonferrous alloys of tanta- 40 per cent. 40 per cent 10 per cent.21

lum metal.
Ductile nonferrous alloys of colum- 40 per cent

40 per cent 38 10 per cent. 21
bium or niobium metal.
13 Duty on the metallic content of the metal named.
20 Carbon content not specified in Act of 1913.
31 Metals unwrought, n. s. p. f. (Act of 1913.)

Alloys used in the manufacture of steel, n. s. p. f. 37 Alloys, of which aluminum is the component material of chief value, in crude form. 28 On the chromium contained therein. 29 Crude artificial abrasives. 30 Composition metal of which copper is the component material of chief value, n. s. p. f. 31 Chemical elements. 19 Unmanufactured articles not enumerated or provided for. 88 For ductile metal, see par. 302 (r). 34 Metals unwrought, n. S. p. f. (Act of 1922.) 35 If in chief value of barium or calcium. 86 If in chief value of aluminum, copper, or nickel, were classified according to component of chief value. 37 Or iron," added in act of 1930. 38 As ductile nonferrous alloys of tantalum metal.

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1 cent per

303 Bar iron: 39
Valuedat not over1 t per pound.

3h0 cent per lb...
Valued at not above 142 cents per 30 cent per lb..

pound.
Valued above 1 cent, and not

30 cent per lb..
above 122 cents per pound.
Valued above 122, and not above 50 cent per lb.. 510 cent per lb.
222 cents per pound.

5 per cent.40
Valued above 272, and not above 310 cent per lb....- 80 cent per lb.

342 cents per pound.
Valued above 342, and not above 1 cent per lb.

lb.
5 cents per pound.
Valued above 5 cents per pound... 142 cents per lb.... 142 cents per lb...-
Iron in slabs, blooms, loops, or other

forms less finished than iron in
bars and more advanced than
pig iron, except castings:
Valued at not over 1 cent per

210 cent per lb.-..
pound.
Valued at not above 142 cents per 310 cent per lb.

pound.
Valued above 1 cent, and not

310 cent per lb.
above 142 cents per pound.
Valued above 142, and not above 50 cent per lb.. 510 cent per lb... Free.

242 cents per pound.
Valued above 272, and not above 310 cent per lb. 810 cent per lb..

342 cents per pound.
Valued above 312, and not above 1 cent per lb. 1 cent per lb..

5 cents per pound.
Valued above 5 cents per pound..- 142 cents per lb... 142 cents per lb....
Muck bars, pieces thereof except

crop ends: 41
Valued at not over 1 cent per

310 cent per lb.42-
pound.
Valued at not above 142 cents 310 cent per lb.

per pound.
Valued above 1 cent, and not

310 cent per lb.42..
above 142 cents per pound.
Valued above 1%, and not above 50 cent per lb.... 50 cent per lb.42-5 per cont.68

242 cents per pound.
Valued above 212, and not above 80 cent per lb..... 10 cent per lb...

322 cents per pound.
Valued above 312, and not above 1 cent per lb.--.--

1 cent per lb.12
5 cents per pound.
Valued above 5 cents per pound... 142 cents per lb... 142 cents per lb.42_
Round iron in coils or rods:
Valued at not over 1 cent per

3h0 cent per lb.--.
pound.
Valued at not above 142 cents per 310 cent per lb.

pound.
Valued above 1 cent, and not

30 cent per lb.
above 142 cents per pound.
Valued above 142, and not above 510 cent per lb.--. 50 cent per lb..-- $5 per cent.

242 cents per pound.
Valued above 242, and not above 310 cent per lb... Sio cent per lb.---

342 cents per pound.
Valued above 312, and not above 1 cent per lb. 1 cent per lb

5 cents per pound.

Valued above 5 cents per pound.. 142 cents per lb... 142 cents per lb.. 30 See par. 305 additional duties on materials and articles containing any metallic element used in alloy. ing steel or iron. 18 Bar iron, square iron, rolled or hammered * * * bars or shapes of rolled or hammered iron, n. s. p. i. 11 “Pieces thereof except crop ends” added in act of 1930. 4 Muck bars: Crop ends, dūtiable at 75 cents per ton under par. 301 of the act of 1922. 43 Muck bars.

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304 Steel ingots, cogged ingots, blooms

and slabs, by whatever process
made; die blocks or blanks;
billets and bars, whether solid
or hollow; shafting; pressed,
sheared, or stamped shapes, not
advanced in value or condition
by any process or operation sub-
sequent to the process of stamp-
ing; hammer molds or swaged
steel; gun-barrel molds not in
bars; all descriptions and shapes
of dry sand, loam, or iron
molded steel castings; sheets
and plates and steel, n. s.

p. f.: 39, 44, 45
Valued not above 1 cent per

310 cent per lb.----
pound.
Valued at not above 142 cents per 310 cent per lb-

pound.
Valued above 1 cent, and not

310 cent per lb...--
above 142 cents per pound.
Valued above 142, and not above 50 cent per lb. --- 50 cent per lb....

242 cents per pound.
Valued above 222, and not above 310 cent per lb.... 810 cent per lb.

15 per cent. 46
342 cents per pound.

8 per cent. 47 Valued above 372, and not above 1 cent per lb. 1 cent per lb..

Free. 48 5 cents per pound.

12 per cent.19
Valued above 5, and not above 1710 cents per lb... 171o cents per lb...

8 cents per pound.
Valued above 8, and not above 12 242 cents per lb..-- 242 cents per lb....

cents per pound.
Valued above 12, and not above 342 cents per lb...-342 cents per lb...-

16 cents per pound.
Valued above 16 cents per pound. 20 per cent. -20 per cent.
Concrete reinforcement bars: 50
Valued at not above 142 cents per 310 cent per lb...-

pound.
Valued above 142, and not above 510 cent per lb...

242 cents per pound.
Valued above 272, and not above $10 cent per lb.-.-

342 cents per pound.
Valued above 312, and not above 1 cent per lb.
5 cents per pound.

$75 cent per lb.51.--15 per cent.46
Valued above 5, and not above 8 1710 cents per lb...

8 per cent. 47
cents per pound.
Valued above 8, and not above 12 222 cents per lb...-

cents per pound.
Valued above 12, and not above 16 342 cents per lb.-.-

cents per pound.
Valued above 16 cents per pound.- 20 per cent.
Steel circular saw plates..

44 cent per lb.52 -1 44 cent per lb.52 12 per cent. 39 See par. 305 additional duties on materials and articles containing any metallic element used in alloyo ing steel or iron.

# See par. 306 for definition of steel. 45 "Alloys n. s. p. f. used as substitutes for steel in the manufacture of tools" which appears in the acts of 1913 and 1922, was stricken from the act of 1930.

46 All the foregoing when made by the crucible, electric, or cementation process, either with or without alloys, and finished by rolling, hammering, or otherwise, and all steels by whatever process made, containing alloys such as nickel, cobalt, vanadium, chromium, tungsten, wolfram, molybdenum, titanium, iridium, uranium, tantalum, boron, and similar alloys. (Act of 1913.)

47 Steel bars, and tapered or beveled bars; mill shafting; pressed, sheared, or stamped shapes, not advanced in value or condition by any process or operation subsequent to the process of stamping; hammer molds or swaged steel; gun-barrel molds not in bars; all descriptions and shapes of dry sand, loam, or iron molded steel castings, sheets, and plates; all the foregoing, if made by the Bessemer, Siemens-Martin, open-hearth, or similar processes, not containing alloys, such as nickel, cobalt, vanadium, chromium, tungsten or wolfram, molybdenum, titanium, iridium, uranium, tantalum, boron, and similar alloys. (Act of 1913.)

48 Steel ingots, cogged ingots, blooms and slabs, die blocks or blanks, and billets, if made by the Bessemer, Siemens-Martin, open-hearth, or similar processes, not containing alloy, such as nickel, cobalt, vanadium, chromium, tungsten, or wolfram, molybdenum, titanium, iridium, uranium, tantalum, boron and similar alloys. (Act of 1913.)

49 Crucible plate steel, cut or sheared to shape or otherwise, or unsheared. (Act of 1913.) 50 “ Concrete reinforcement bars" added in act of 1930. 51 Structural shapes. 52 Provided, That on steel circular saw plates there shall be levied, collected, and paid an additional duty of one-fourth of 1 cent per pound" added in acts of 1922 and 1930.

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304 Hollow bars and hollow drill steel | 34 cent per lb.63.

8 per cent. 47 valued at more than 4 cents per

pound.54 305

In addition to the rates of duty

provided for in paragraphs 303,
304, 307, 308, 312, 313, 315, 316,
317, 318, 319, 322, 323, 324, 327,
and 328 of this schedule, there
shall be levied, collected, and
paid on all steel or iron in the
materials and articles enumer-
ated or described in such para-

graphs: 55
(1) If such steel or iron contains 8 per cent.

8 per cent.
more than Yio per cent of vana-
dium, or more than 310 per cent
of tungsten, molybdenum, or
chromium, or more than 10
per cent of nickel, cobalt, or
any other metallic element used

in alloying steel or iron. 56, 57, 58
(2) Additional cumulative duty

on the
Vanadium content in excess of $1 per lb..

>15 per cent.59
Ko per cent.
Tungsten content in excess of -
310 per cent..

72 cents per lb.
910 per cent.

72 cents per lb.60_
Molybdenum content in excess

of-
310 per cent.

65 cents

per

lb
G10 per cent

65 cents per lb.60.
Chromium content in excess of
310 per cent.

3 cents per lb. 306 All metal produced from iron or its

(61).
ores, which is cast and malleable,
of whatever description or form,
without regard to the percentage
of carbon contained therein,
whether produced by cementa-
tion, or converted, cast, or made
from iron or its ores, by the cru-
cible, electric, Bessemer, Clapp-
Griffith, pneumatic, Thomas-
Gilchrist, basic, Siemens-Martin,
or open-hearth process, or by the
equivalent of either, or by a com-
bination of two or more of the
processes, or their equivalents, or
by any fusion or other process
which produces from iron or its
ores a metal either granular or
fibrous in structure, which is cast
and malleable, excepting what is
known as malleable-iron castings,
shall be classed and denominated
as steel. (Acts of 1913, 1922, and

1930.) 47 See p. 37. 53 Additional to duty provided for on hollow bars and steel, n. s. p. f. 64 "Provided further, That on hollow bars and hollow drill steel valued at more than 4 cents per pound there shall be levied, collected, and paid an additional duty of three-fourths of 1 cent per pound" added in act of 1930.

55 In addition to the rates of duty provided for in this schedule on steel in all forms and shapes, by what. ever process made, and by whatever name designated, whether cast, hot or cold rolled, forged, stamped, or drawn. (Act of 1922.)

56 Containing more than 710 per cent of nickel, cobalt, vanadium, chromium, tungsten, molybdenum, or any other metallic element used in alloying steel. (Act of 1922.)

57 Provided, That phosphorus shall not be considered as alloying material unless present in the steel or iron in excess of 5 per cent, nor shall manganese or silicon be so considered unless either is present in the steel in excess of 1 per cent, or unless either is present in the iron in excess of 3 per cent. (Act of 1930.)

68 Provided, That manganese and silicon shall not be considered as alloying material unless present in the steel in excess of 1 per cent manganese or silicon. (Act of 1922.)

89 All steels by whatever process made, containing alloys such as nickel, cobalt, vanadium, chromium, tungsten, wolfram, molybdenum, titanium, iridum, uranium, tantalum, boron, and similar alloys (act of 1913).

60 On any material provided for in par. 304 containing molybdenum and tungsten. (Act of 1922.) 61 "Electric" not in act of 1913.

Schedule 3.-Metals and Manufactures ofContinued

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307 Boiler or other plate iron or steel,

except crucible plate steel and
saw plate steel, not thinner than
10%1000 inch, cut or sheared to
shape or otherwise, or unsheared,
and skelp iron or steel sheared or
rolled in grooves, valued at: 62
1 cent per pound or less-

720 cent per lb.
Not above 3 cents per pound 510 cents per lb.
Above 1 cent per pound, and not

510 cent per lb. 12 per cent.63
above 3 cents per pound.
Over 3 cents per pound..

20 per cent.

20 per cent.
308 Sheets of iron or steel, common or

black,of whatever dimensions,64
and skelp iron or steel:
Valued at 3 cents per pound or

less-
Thinner than 10%1000 and not 45,00 cent per lb.. 45100 cent per lb.-- 12 per cent 68

thinner than 381000 inch.
Thinner than 381000 and not 55100 cent per lb.-- 55100 cent per lb... 12 per cent 08

thinner than 221000 inch.
Thinner than 231000 and not 75100 cent per lb... 75100 cent per lb.-- 12 per cent 03

thinner than 191000 inch.
Thinner than 1%1000 inch. 85400 cent per lb.- 85100 cent per lb... 12 per cent os

Corrugated or crimped. 75,00 cent per lb.-- 75100 cent per lb.-- 12 per cent 68
Valued at more than 3 cents per 20 per cent.. 20 per cent

12 per cent 63
pound, all the foregoing.
309 Iron or steel plates or sheets, by 310 cent per lb. 310 cent per lb. 15 per cent.

whatever name designated, other additional to additional to
than polished, planished, or rates provided rates provided
glanced, herein provided for, on correspond on correspond-
which have been pickled or ing thicknesses ing thicknesses
cleaned by acid, or by any other of common or of common or
material or process, or which are black sheet iron black sheet iron
cold rolled, smoothed only, not or steel.

or steel.
polished.
Iron or steel sheets and plates,65 144 cents per lb... 144 cents per lb.--- 15 per cent.

polished, planished, or glanced,

by whatever name designated.
Iron or steel sheets, plates, bars, and 310 cent per lb. 310 cent per lb. 15 per cent.

rods, 66 and all hoop, band, or scroll additional to additional to
iron or steel, excepting what are rates provided rates provided
known commercially as tin plates, when not galva- when not galva-
terneplates, and taggers tin, when nized or coated. nized or coated.
galvanized or coated with zinc,
spelter, or other metals, or any
alloy of those metals.
Sheets or plates composed of iron, 30 per cent... 30 per cent... 15 per cent.

steel, copper, nickel, or other
metal with layers of other metal
or metals imposed thereon by
forging, hammering, rolling, or
welding.
Thermostatic metal in sheets, 50 per cent. 50 per cent... 15 per cent. 67

plates, or other forms.
310 Sheets or plates of iron or steel, or 1 cent per lb. 1 cent per lb 15 per cent.

taggers iron or steel, coated with
un or lead, or with a mixture of
which these metals, or either of
them, is a component part, by the
dipping or any other process, and
commercially known as tin plates,

terneplates, and taggers tin. 62 Provided, That all sheets or plates of iron or steel thinner than 1091000 inch shall be subject to duty as iron or steel sheets. (Acts of 1922 and 1930.)

63 Boiler or other plate iron or steel, * n. S. p. f. in this section; sheets of iron or steel, common or black, of whatever dimensions, whether plain, corrugated or crimped,

and skelp iron or steel, whether sheared or rolled in grooves, or otherwise.

64 Provided, That all sheets or plates of common or black iron or steel not thinner than 10%1000 of an inch shall

pay duty as plate iron or plate steel. (Act of 1922.) “Pay" changed to "be subject to" in act of 1930. 65 "Plates' added in acts of 1922 and 1930.

86 “Bars" and "rods” added by acts of 1922 and 1930. “Strips” mentioned in act of 1913. All iron or steel sheets, plates, or strips, and all hoop, band, or scroll iron or steel, when galvanized or coated with zinc, spelter, or other metals, or any alloy of those metals. (Act of 1913.)

67 Sheets or plates composed of iron, steel, copper, nickel, or other metal with layers of other metal or metals imposed thereon by forging, hammering, rolling, or welding.

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